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A Christian university in Oregon said it has punished four students who confessed to hanging a likeness of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama from a tree on campus, AOL reports. George Fox University broke the news to students and staff Sept. 30 at an all-campus meeting. About 1,000 people attended, said Rob Felton, a university spokesman. A statement from the school said the penalties against the four students were "immediate long-term suspension and public service." The school cited federal privacy rules in not disclosing more about the students or their punishment. The FBI is investigating whether any civil rights were
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